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Posted in: Woman drives 7.3 kilometers with angry boyfriend on hood of car See in context

StrangerlandToday  07:11 am JST

She should have driven to the nearest police station.

They did just come from a bar, right?

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Posted in: U.S., Turkey to soon begin joint patrols in north Syria See in context

The patrols will add to the security of the are,??

Somehow I doubt the locals will feel more secure by two uninvited, foreign countries, patrolling their country.

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Posted in: Saudi Arabia calls Khashoggi killing grave mistake; says prince not aware See in context

Trump has not changed his belief that the crown prince is a strong leader who is passionate about his country.

The same could be said for Hitler but......

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Posted in: Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote See in context

Plan of the "opposition"

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Posted in: Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote See in context

Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote

This was the plan of the position as soon as they realized they lost. Create road blocks on every corner, put fear and bad taste in everyone's mouth, then call for another vote once public opinion waver.

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Posted in: Trump says U.S. will pull out of 1987 intermediate range nuke pact See in context

Nothing better than an arms race to help boost a failing economy. Well, that and war.

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Posted in: Plastic piling up in Japan after China waste import ban See in context

Sounds like as of last January, there should have been a call for using less plastic bags, while having free recycle bag give a ways. Change the usual triple, plastic wrapping's, to a single eco-wrap. And in time, go back to using re-usable glass bottles for water.

Any one of these suggestions will only help a little, but waiting until now before reacting shows a need to change our mindset, referring to businesses & consumers.

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Posted in: Gov't takes measures against Okinawa blocking U.S. base work See in context

Yubaru, I'll ask you again, please show us all the politicians who've won the total majority of Okinawa's total population.

Its obvious that none of the posters are attempting to say Denny did that, though you'll try to make it the centerpiece of the discussion. Well, that and type-o's, which everyone makes from time to time, including yourself.

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Posted in: Gov't takes measures against Okinawa blocking U.S. base work See in context

YubaruToday  06:58 am JST

"I told Prime Minister Abe that the burdens of national security should be shared by all prefectures of Japan, and asked him to establish a dialogue (between the central and Okinawa governments)," Tamaki said, referring to his meeting with Abe in Tokyo last Friday, their first since Tamaki took office.

Fine, you shared your opinions, and the government disagreed.

This is a cherry picked statement made by Denny, and it makes he come across as a whining child. "I told you so".....

Really, a whining child? There's nothing in Tamaki's statement that sounds as if he's whining.

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Posted in: Trump gives Saudi Arabia benefit of doubt in journalist's disappearance See in context

(Official statement)

"Saudi Arabia has denied killing him and initially said he left the building unharmed."

Thts 99% correct, they simply made an error when using the letter "h" in the word, unharmed.

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Posted in: Saudi Arabia says it will retaliate against any sanctions over Khashoggi case See in context

So the recording of his death/murder was said to be done with an Apple Watch. SA said that it's not possible for a US Apple Watch to be able to upload a recording to the cloud while in Turkey. While there "appears" to be some truth to that, because of roaming limitations and coverage issues, there two more possibilities. If Turkey hacked his watch or supplied him with that watch, its 100% possible to record what happened before the watch was destroyed by the Saudi team.

Now Turkey is kind of caught between a rock and a hard place, not really wanting to say exactly how they managed to get the recording from the smart watch.

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Posted in: Newspaper says Turkey has audio of Saudi writer's slaying See in context

Chop ChopToday  01:26 am JST

Why Turkish officials are waiting for if they have audio evidence of Khashoggi murder?

If Turkish officials truly do have recorded evedance than I imagine it's a sensitive topic to HOW they managed to record it. Though it is suspect that they do claim to have the evedance, yet they won't share it.

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Posted in: Newspaper says Turkey has audio of Saudi writer's slaying See in context

Base4funk "might definitely"?

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Posted in: Japan's women sailors serve on frontline of gender equality See in context

Type-o

I was about to (post) the same comment

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Posted in: Japan's women sailors serve on frontline of gender equality See in context

BeerDeliveryGuyToday  08:22 am JST

My bad.. it says in the caption that she’s inspecting her weapon pre-training.

I was about to the same comment but you humbly corrected yourself. I doubt

maybeperhapsyeswill do the same. Well, maybe, perhaps?

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Posted in: Fukuoka senior arrested for stealing a single grape See in context

The police could have just given him a stern warning or fine but arrested him for this minor "crime" is simply pitiful!

Now they're going to waist even more taxes investigating this further?

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Posted in: Tokyo to 'screen off' bacteria for Olympic swimming in bay See in context

The screens may help to lower bacteria levels but I thought there were issues with toxins & heavy metals leaching from what used to be a dump?

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Posted in: New governor vows all-out efforts to block base move within Okinawa See in context

YubaruToday  09:37 am JST

Okinawa and Japan are not like the UK so basically no, and the people here have no desire to be independent either.

So now you've become the official voice of the desires of all okinawans?

Until theres an office referendum vote, you're only basing your believe on unofficial surveys. While a referendum vote is unlikely, let's wait and see, as you said.

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Posted in: Republicans aim to confirm Kavanaugh this weekend after FBI report See in context

While I do think it's bad for us to pass judgement without being givin all the facts, the system itself has failed simply by lack of transparency of investigated facts for one of the most important government jobs in America.

That being said, we do know that one of the accusers was confident enough to take a lie detector test that she passed. Usually, where there's smoke, there is fire. Sadly, we the public, will never get to hear all the details of this investigation and he'll likely be approved. Just another example of divisive political practice in America.

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Posted in: Osaka cuts sister city ties with San Francisco over 'comfort women' statue See in context

Osaka cuts sister city ties with San Francisco over 'comfort women' statue

Seems as if this action has only attracted more attention to an issue that the government would prefer to sweep under the rug of forgotten history!

Simply looking at how many comments there're are this thread is just one example.

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Posted in: New governor vows all-out efforts to block base move within Okinawa See in context

Yubaru It's wait and see right now.

Yet it sounds as if you've already made up your mind of the present and future outcome.

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Posted in: Denny Tamaki, critic of U.S. bases, elected Okinawa governor See in context

Yubaru & Smith

Todays the last day for this article and it appears that you're the only two who commented about Denny winning by a landslide or total majority of Okinawan voters.

Now, both of you have conveniently avoided further comment on the matter. What's up?

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Posted in: Denny Tamaki, critic of U.S. bases, elected Okinawa governor See in context

YubaruToday  05:27 am JST

Ah, I see you were around after Onaga won, he won by a similar margin, and there was a lot of discussion by those who fell in love with him about it being a "mandate" and "landslide", again similar to the numbers this time.

"Yes, I was around before, during and after Onaga won, just as you were. Though I love your atempt to tie my comments with those who claimed he won by a landslide, it simply isn't true. I consistently said, Onaga won by the majority of the voting public, the very same way I described Denny's victory."

Give it time, it will come. Maybe not here, but in the future when the anti folks jump on the Denny bandwagon!

"As I've said once before, time is running out for this article and yet there still hasn't been anyone making that claim. At this point, I think we have given it enough time and your point hasn't been fruitful in the least."

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Posted in: Denny Tamaki, critic of U.S. bases, elected Okinawa governor See in context

Yubari Just waiting for the people here to make the claim that Denny won a "mandate" a "landslide" and however they choose to spin the numbers.

Well, you'll be waiting a long time since no ones made that claim so far and this thread is about to end!

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Posted in: Denny Tamaki, critic of U.S. bases, elected Okinawa governor See in context

smithinjapanToday  02:25 pm JST

In any case, he obviously does not represent the majority of Okinawans if the vote was so close, and the voting rate not that high.

And no one is saying he did but it's a FACT that he won the majority of the voting public!

Since you're always on about this, why not show us ALL the examples of politicians who won the majority of ALL Okinawans in the last ten years?

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Posted in: Denny Tamaki, critic of U.S. bases, elected Okinawa governor See in context

This vote could have easily gone the other way, considering all the political & financial support the opposition had. He won fair & square.

A MAJORITY of the voting public have decided who they'd like to govern Okinawa and represent its citizens.

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Posted in: High court gives go ahead for restart of Shikoku Electric nuclear reactor See in context

Residents have lodged injunctions against most nuclear plants across Japan. Some of the lower courts have sided with them on safety concerns, but the verdicts are usually overturned in higher courts.

Thats because higher courts are influenced by politicians and government, neither of them work toward the well being of the citizens they represent.

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Posted in: Okinawa submits bill on U.S. base transfer referendum See in context

Yubaru

Funny that it took Onaga's death to finally get this out there.

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Posted in: Asian firms shuffle production around the region as China tariffs hit See in context

moving to shift production from China to other factories in the region

Here's an idea, why not simply move the production to their own countries?

Why not take pride in locally made products while in turn, help your own countries economy?

It seems that most companies really only care about the bottom line, highest profits!

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Posted in: Japan uneasy over Trump pressure on auto as summit, trade talks loom See in context

It's not like Japan is sending unwanted cars to the US, there's simply a high demand for Japanese cars. Unfortunately for US auto makers, there's very little demand for American made cars here.

The only way to truly fix that, is to change the style & quality of American cars to fit the needs of Japanese consumers.

Any other action is only smoke & mirrors, designed to mask ones real agenda.

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